Adam W. Copsey, 33, formerly of 25 Gallup Ave., was sentenced to 30 months in prison May 16 for one count each of complicity to trafficking in drugs and permitting drug abuse. His convictions were for a Jan. 28 incident.
Copsey also was fined $5,000 and must pay a $40 reimbursement to the Norwalk Police Department for lab testing.
In another case, Anthony D. Gillespie, 30, formerly of Bellevue, was sentenced to 30 months in prison May 16 for one count each of domestic violence, theft and robbery.
And in a third case, Brittany M. Parsons, 32, whose address was unavailable, was sentenced May 15 to a 60-day prison sentence for an undisclosed probation violation. Her underlying conviction was theft.
Parsons’ sentence will be served consecutively to her current incarceration for an Erie County case. Prison records indicate she started serving a four-year prison term April 5 at the Northeast Pre-Release Center. Her convictions were three counts of trafficking in heroin and one charge each of possession of cocaine and possession of heroin.
In other hearings:
• Marquon R. Anderson, 28, of Lorain, pleaded guilty May 14 to one count of theft in exchange for dismissal of one count of obstructing official business. He is out on a $5,000 unsecured appearance bond and will be sentenced June 27.
• Za Quan R. Bolling, 21, of Wellington, was found guilty at a May 16 bench trial of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony. He also was convicted of an unclassified misdemeanor, operating a motor vehicle or motorcycle without a valid license. Bolling remains out on a $20,000 bond and will be sentenced July 17.
• Danielle N. Brown, 31, of Columbus, pleaded guilty May 13 to one count of breaking and entering in exchange for the dismissal of one charge of theft. She will be sentenced June 27.
• Andrew M. Grose, 37, most recently of 41 W. Willard Ave., was sentenced May 16 to spend four to six months in a community-based corrections facility (CBCF) for breaking and entering. Also as part of his three years of probation, he was fined $250. A CBCF is a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education.
• Robert L. Hamman, 50, most recently of 3335 Austin Drive, Willard, pleaded guilty May 14 to one count of theft and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
• Timothy E. Moncrief, 46, most recently of 129 Milan Ave., pleaded guilty May 14 to one count of importuning in exchange for the dismissal of one count of sexual imposition. Having posted 10 percent of a $10,000 bond, he is prohibited from having any contact with the victim, family and anyone younger than 18. Moncrief’s sentencing hearing is June 27.